2016 Industry Leaders: Amy Hildahl

By Sponsored Content, December 16, 2016

Amy Hildahl Industry LeadersAmy Hildahl
National Sales Manager, Great Wolf Resorts
Chicago

Hildahl started her hospitality career in high school, working as a housekeeper for a local boutique hotel. She was always eager to learn every aspect of the industry over the years, taking on several positions ranging from food and beverage to guest services. It wasn’t until Hildahl found herself in sales that she knew she had found her true place in the industry.

Career Accomplishments
In her first year as national sales manager, Hildahl helped grow national revenues by more than 31 percent through new customer acquisition and strategic account penetration. She contributes her success to her passion to always being true authentic, building relationships and offering solutions to her clients rather than selling a product.

Words to Live By: “Ultimately there is no such thing as failure. There are lessons learned in different ways.”
—Twyla Tharp

My dream event to attend is… South by Southwest.

608-662-4700, ext. 4723
greatwolf.com/meetings
@greatwolfmtgs

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